EXPO 2020 COVID-19
Updated Statement

March 27, 2020

The continuing crisis in relation to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) has made it necessary for us to postpone the 2020 Community Transportation EXPO. Coming to this decision has not been easy, but the concerns for the health and safety of our attendees left us no other choice.

The new dates for the EXPO will be Sunday, November 15 through Thursday, November 19, 2020. We hope that you will be able to join us in then. All current EXPO registrations will be transferred to the new dates. Everyone currently registered for the EXPO will receive an Email with instructions for canceling or modifying your registration if needed.

For folks who have not yet registered, we are working on updating the registration page on the website. This will be online soon.

If you have made a reservation with our hotel partner, Omni Louisville, the hotel will automatically cancel your reservation as long as the reservation was booked in the CTAA room block using CTAA’s customized booking link. If you booked outside of the CTAA room block and/or through a third party or if you have any questions about your reservations, please contact the hotel directly at 502.313.6664. The Omni is working on a customized reservation link for our new dates of November 15-19. As soon as the link is ready, it will be posted to the website. You will need to rebook your reservation for the new dates.

Please contact Charles Dickson at dickson@ctaa.org or 202.247.8356 with additional questions.

20/20 MOBILITY INSIGHT

Kentucky International Convention Center

Louisville, Ky.

Trade Show and Educational Sessions will take place at the Kentucky International Convention Center, 221 S 4th St, Louisville, KY 40202

Mobility Management Events​

Mobility Management Forum
Tuesday, Nov. 17
9-11:30 a.m.

The Mobility Innovation "Unconference"
Tuesday, Nov. 17
2-5 p.m.

Register for these events through the main EXPO registration.

Tuesday, Nov. 17, 9-11:30 a.m.

Mobility management professionals will have a double-header Tuesday at this year’s CTAA EXPO! In the morning, they are invited to a half-day Mobility Management Forum from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. During the Forum, they will be inspired by a presentation on innovation and then benefit from the field’s collective wisdom through two panel presentations: one in which NCMM grantees who have applied human-centered design in solving transportation challenges will talk about their work and the value human-centered design techniques have brought to their work, and the other in which practitioners will discuss technological innovations in transportation. Register for the forum here. The event will also be livecast for those who wish to participate remotely.

In the afternoon, from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., mobility management practitioners will join other transportation professionals for an “unconference” conference on Mobility Innovation. For this session, the attendees drive the agenda-bringing forth issues they would like to learn and share with others in fast-paced 50-minute sessions. Learn more about this opportunity here.

The Mobility Innovation “Unconference”

Ever attend a conference and wish the topics covered would exactly match the subjects you are most interested in? Here’s your chance to make that happen. At the Mobility Innovation “Unconference,” attendees are in the driver’s seat. They suggest topics they’re interested in and then lead discussions with other attendees to learn about their experience with that topic, including current and evolving knowledge, work-arounds, partnerships, ideas, and implemented solutions. Often, those who propose a session are likely to find others who are tackling the same question. Sessions are informal, impromptu, and lively.

During each of the three 45-minute time blocks, multiple sessions will be offered. The exact number depends on how many sessions attendees propose and are prepared to lead. All participants are free to choose which session to attend depending on the topics they are most interested in.

Who should come to the Mobility Innovation Unconference? Those looking for input on problems they want to solve, those who are curious about what technologies could benefit their systems, and those or who have something big to share. All are all.

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WOMEN IN TRANSIT SOCIAL HOUR

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 18 5:30 P.M. - 6:30 P.M.

CTAA has launched, “Women Lead the Way in Community Mobility,” an ongoing project that seeks to highlight women in leadership positions across rural, small-urban, NEMT, specialized and tribal transit agencies around the country. This event will give a brief 10-minute overview of this project and CTAA’s work in this area, while also giving women the opportunity to network and socialize with their peers. Join us for this premier event – the first of its kind!

ABOUT THE CTAA EXPO

CTAA’s EXPO is the premier annual event for community and public transportation professionals to participate in essential learning events and network with colleagues. Speakers and sessions will keep attendees up to date with innovative technology, workforce development, communication strategies, funding, and regulations. The EXPO also features a trade show with all of the latest community transportation goods and services.

There are a lot of elements that comprise the EXPO. These include:

Where drivers from across the country compete to see who is the best.

One, two, or three-day long sessions where an individual topic is explored in depth. These sessions cost extra. 

Informative sessions with a focus on new developments and initiatives.

Shorter sessions geared to bringing participants the knowledge and expertise they need to thrive in today’s changing environment.

The largest annual trade show in the community transportation industry.

The EXPO has many social events, meals and other opportunities for participants to meet with and learn from their peers.

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The Community Transportation Association of America (CTAA) and its members believe that mobility is a basic human right. From work and education to life-sustaining health care and human services programs to shopping and visiting with family and friends, mobility directly impacts quality of life.